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Two silly jokes

Four students, a Cuban, a Scot, a Spaniard, and an Irishman are
sharing a carriage on a train to Belfast.

The Cuban lights up this enormous Cuban cigar, about 12 inches long,
worth about 800 pounds, takes one short drag from it and flings the
cigar out the window. The other three look at him in amazement and ask
why he just threw out a full Cuban cigar. He replies, “I’m from Cuba,
I have thousands of those things back home.”

A few minutes later the Scot pulls out a litre bottle of Bells
Whiskey, a 50 year-old bottle, worth a fortune. He takes a short
measure glass, half fills it, knocks it back and flings the remainder
of the bottle out the window. The other three in shock, ask him why he
just threw away a near full bottle of fine malt Scottish whiskey, he
replies, “I’m Scottish, I have thousands of those things at home.”

A few minutes later the Spaniard pulls out a flagon of red wine, a 100
year-old classic. He takes a couple of sips, licks his lips, and
flings the remainder of the wine out the window. The other three in
shock, ask him why he just threw away a near full bottle of classic
wine, he replies, “I’m Spanish, I have thousands of those things at
home.”

A few minutes later, the Irishman throws the Spanish student out the
window.

An tourist walked into a traditional restaurant in Spain. When he got
the menu he realised that it was written in Spanish, so he looked
around and noticed someone on the next table eating a dish of
meatballs topped with a delicious-looking sauce.

When the waiter arrived he asked for the same dish.

“I am sorry, señor. That is a very special dish. You have to order it
a day in advance.”

So the tourist ordered it for the next day. When he returned the next
day he found that the dish he’d ordered had much smaller balls, and he
was really looking forward to enjoying his meal too.

“Waiter, how come the two balls in this dish are so small? The dish I
saw yesterday had two large balls.”

“I am sorry, señor. But sometimes the bull wins!”

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